A weakening area of low pressure will bring rain to the Raleigh area early today before this system clears the coast, allowing drier conditions to arrive by this afternoon into tonight.
Temperatures are expected to be well below normal, with the high today only reaching to around 60 and the lows falling into the mid 40s.
By tomorrow, a weak system rotating around a potent upper level low pressure system off the coast of New England will attempt to approach the area from the north. At this point, however, Raleigh looks to remain dry as the chance for precipitation looks to remain north of the Carolinas. Temperatures will also moderate, with highs likely reaching into the mid to upper 60s.
Dry weather and moderating temperatures continue into Tuesday before an area of low pressure approaches the Carolinas from the west. This will bring the chance for rain beginning Wednesday and possibly lingering into Thursday as well.
Have a great weekend!